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Corporates leading charge for robust carbon price, says CDP

Carbon emission

CDP report shows many companies are already incorporating a carbon price into their businesses strategies

15 Sep 2014

PepsiCo backs new tool to predict water risks

drought-australia

This new scenario modeling system helps planners in Latin America and the Caribbean make more informed infrastructure investments

12 Sep 2014

Exxon accused of downplaying carbon bubble risks

exxonmobil

Carbon Tracker says oil major is underestimating chances of global deal on climate, as Shell chief executive claims climate debate has gone to "la-la land"

12 Sep 2014

Siemens, Unilever and Swiss Re named world's most sustainable companies

Dow Jones Sustainability indices confirms latest rankings for more than 1,800 companies around the world

11 Sep 2014

Kingfisher, IKEA and Tetra Pak to show value of sustainable timber

Research project launched as new figures reveal deforestation in Amazon has risen for first time since 2013

11 Sep 2014

Google debuts latest solar investment, as company's carbon intensity keeps falling

IT giant reveals $145m equity commitment to new 82MW solar farm in California, completing its 17th renewable energy investment since 2010

11 Sep 2014

Matthew Bell to become new Climate Change Committee chief

Former adviser to Number 10 and director of Frontier Economics replaces David Kennedy in top role

11 Sep 2014

Swedish parties promise to ban new Vattenfall coal mine plans

State energy company’s plans to enlarge lignite mines in Germany thrown into doubt during election debate

08 Sep 2014

Tesla's battery Gigafactory lands in Nevada

Work on plant set to build batteries for 500,000 electric cars already underway outside Reno

05 Sep 2014

Poll: Public opposes push to frack national parks

The scale of public disquiet over shale gas developments has again been highlighted, as a Guardian poll reveals widespread opposition to fracking in national parks

05 Sep 2014

Sustainability software market tipped to top $1bn

Verdantix report predicts that corporate spending on environmental health and safety software to grow 15 per cent a year through to 2018

05 Sep 2014

BP ruled 'grossly negligent' over Gulf oil disaster

Shares in oil giant plunge six per cent as reports suggest ruling could leave it open to $18bn in fines

04 Sep 2014

Giant £310m wind turbine factory in Hull gets green light

Council says Approval for Siemens and Association of British Ports project will establish Hull as "the UK's Energy Estuary"

04 Sep 2014

Ban Ki-moon: Time is running out to tackle climate change

UN Secretary General previews crucial UN meeting with warning that 'climate change poses sweeping risks for economic stability and the security of nations'

04 Sep 2014

Pro-fracking newspaper ad banned by Advertising Standards Authority

Breitling Energy's Telegraph advert 'misled the public'

03 Sep 2014

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